Category: LGBT

What’s In A Name?

My name is Feminista Jones. It is how I choose to identify myself to and with you. It is the name under which I write and produce other content. It is trademarked. It should be respected because that is the choice I made for myself, in the spirit of Kujichagulia: Kujichagulia (koo-jee-cha-goo-LEE-ah) Self Determination. “To define […]

Feminista Jones Speaks at Explore More Summit 2017

Greetings beloveds! This year, I am once again participating in the Explore More Summit. This is one of the best collection of sexuality experts around the world. It’s FREE to join and when the summit ends, you can either purchase a conference package or stream chats a la cart for $3!! Be sure to catch […]

Girls Night Out: A Lil Hood Tale

Greetings beloveds!   I decided to write a bit of Urban Lit because, you know me, always trying new things! This short story came from a series of tweets I did about “Chanda” and thought it might be fun to expand a bit on this story. I enjoyed writing this fun piece because I like […]

“There is more than one ‘S’ in feministS, Leroy” (Weekly Periscope Chat)

This week’s chat was a mixed bag. We discussed divorce, same sex marriage, trans rights, Stonewall movie, erasure of certain  POC in liberation movements and narratives, body image and fat-shaming, and the 2015 Women’s Freedom Conference. There were a few trolls, but I was trying to catch them. *warning: explicit language used throughout the entire […]

FJ on #WMN @huffpostlive 4.21.15

 From Darren Sharper’s candidacy in the Pro Football Hall of Fame to “radical feminist” nuns; from women in chess to Meryl Streep’s new screenwriters lab, #WMN delves into the stories for, by and about women. Tune in and join the conversation. Guests: Charlotte Alter @CharlotteAlter (New York, NY)Writer, TIME Feminista Jones @FeministaJones (New York, NY)Writer […]

#PTBBook Continues with “In Search Of…”

I said I wasn’t going to write  a sequel to Push The Button. I was adamant about it, in fact. It did not matter to me that so many people were begging for more. I just said, “Nope!” …until I said, “OK OK OK!!” and the ideas came to me. A sequel would give me […]

“Black Feminism and Online Activism” – Guest Lecture at Murray State University (video)

I was honored to be invited to be a guest lecturer for a Gender & Diversity course at Murray State University. I briefly talk about activism by Black American women/feminists Sojourner Truth, Harriet Tubman, Shirley Chisolm, the Combahee River Collective, Tatyana Fazlalizadeh, and more. I discuss the denial of Black women’s womanhood and how that […]

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